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Discover Semeti and Nambung Beach tour located approximately 45 minutes from the main strip at Kuta Lombok. The road here is quite good all the way up until the turnoff, opposite Aliya Restaurant. Here, you’ll turn and continue down a bumpy, rocky dirt road all the way until you reach Mawi Beach. As you approach the coast, instead of continuing onto Mawi Beach, you’ll turn left and continue on for a couple of minutes until you reach Semeti Beach (Semeti Beach). Travel to Indonesia’s jewel, the beautiful island of Lombok, for a 10 hour trip with a private English speaking guide. Kick off with an early morning pick up and head over to the secluded Semeti Beach, enjoy the calm colorful waters, see the tall panoramic rocks surrounding the beach. Relax in a natural aquarium filled with coral reefs, small fish and foam from the incoming waves. Your next stop is Nambung, a virgin beach filled with unspoiled natural beauty. One of the main attractions on the coast is the shiny white sand and ponds forming right on the shoreline. Getting to both beaches is not easy, that’s why it’s great you have your English speaking guide with you, who will not only use the best routes to get you to the destination but also help you explore the area.
Semeti Hills, also known as Bukit Semeti, is a group of small rocky hills on the southern end of Semeti Beach. The hills are a great secluded spot perfect for escaping the hectic vibes of Kuta Lombok. We visited Semeti Hills and Semeti Beach after a long day exploring the many epic beaches on the Southern Lombok coastline. We wrapped the day up by admiring the pyramid hills and watched the sunset over the ocean. Semeti Beach has a chilled-out vibe with white sand that backs onto shallow reef. Semeti Beach isn’t a popular surf spot, so if that’s what you’re after, I’d suggest heading over to Mawi instead. After parking, you can walk to the left side of the beach where you’ll find a small hill. At the top, we got some epic views of Semeti Beach and the famous Semeti Hills. It’s possible to walk down to the other side of this hill to get a closer look at the unique volcanic rock structures and natural pyramids.
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